basically yes. Git is distributed in nature, which means every repository
has the full history of your project (or multiple projects, and none of
them must be source code; it can be a book in TeX, or a bunch of text files
with your favourite cooking recipes). Also, it doesn’t have to be a
so-called bare repository (where files are not visible to you, just the
history is stored, like on SVN's centralised server), you can clone your
friend's working copy.
So if you don’t have a pen drive, but your friend has a clone, you can
clone from them — after watching that beautiful sunrise, of course :)
On Thu, Sep 8, 2016, 00:21 <edgaroliveira....@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hey folks,
> Just imagine that the world ends tomorrow :) and today, just moment, I
> copy the entire folder where I have my project git, my repository on my
> private system.
> But, the world don't finish and tomorrow is another day with beautiful
> sunrise :P I sold all my pc's and all stuff and I don't any hardware, I
> will begin and mount all environment from beginning! I have the backup, my
> repository git, in usb drive, and I copy this directory to new environment
> for all my developers use it.
> This is so simple? Just install (sudo apt-get install git -y), copy
> directory backup git for new environment, configurations permissions, users
> and just fine? All people can git clone and git pull or whatever?
> *Note:* Sorry about greeting if offends them, but English isn't my mother
> language. By the way this greeting all right? This is cool? :P
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